As you know, people (White and Black) are marching in support of the
black men who are being shot and killed by white police officers,
and the police who were killed in Dallas. SCLC decided that we would
joined our black brothers and sisters and whites of goodwill all
over the country by rallying at Serenity Church, 2016 North Lee
Street here in Valdosta, at 10:00 Tuesday Morning, and then
motorcade to the courthouse for a march and rally. We expect a large
crowd, and would like very much for you, your family and friends to
With helicopters hovering overhead, police moved into a downtown Atlanta
park and arrested around 50 Occupy Wall Street protesters who had been
encamped there for about two weeks early Wednesday….
Organizers had instructed participants to be peaceful if arrests came,
and most were. Many gathered in the center of the park, locking arms,
and sang “We Shall Overcome,” until police led them out, one-by-one
to waiting buses. Some were dragged out while others left on foot,
handcuffed with plastic ties.
Police included SWAT teams in riot gear, dozens of officers on motorcycles
and several on horseback. By about 1:30 a.m. Wednesday the park was
mostly cleared of protesters….
Hundreds of others stood on Atlanta’s famous Peachtree Street, booing
police. They shouted “Shame!” and “Who do you protect? Who do you serve?”
TO: Georgia General Assembly Members (Respectively)
All Georgia Elected Officials, Internet, blog and Beyond.
Wal-Mart workers marching in Bentonville, Arkansas, 12 October 2011
Video by George Boston Rhynes for
Why is the State of Georgia still an “At Will To Work State?”
Wherein, a Georgia worker can be terminated from their job for “good
cause, bad cause or for no cause at all. And Georgia Employers are
not required to provide workers with a reason for being terminated.
As a Retired United States Armed Forces Military Veteran; I was a
victim of a wrongful termination. Yet, after 3 1/2 years, 30 letters,
30 You Tube
34 pages of documented proof to the President/Board
of Directors with documented proof from a former employee to the
company president but no response from the company.